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netim3
2005-05-17, 00:33
Hi

I'm using a TeraStation for my music library and the latest nightly SlimServer release. When my PC reboots and SlimServer starts up as a service, it fails to find the TeraStation drive and it wipes the path of the music folder. If I try to re-enter, it says that it's not a valid drive location. The only solution appears to be to kill the slim.exe and relaunch. Is SlimServer only looking at the available drives once at start-up?

I tried pointing SlimServer to a local drive with a shortcut to the TeraStation. Whilst it didn't wipe clean the music folder path, it still didn't find the drive and relaunching SlimServer is the only solution I've found.

Anyone else had this issue?

tks

Natan

mherger
2005-05-17, 00:50
> I'm using a TeraStation for my music library and the latest nightly
> SlimServer release. When my PC reboots and SlimServer starts up as a
> service, it fails to find the TeraStation drive and it wipes the path
> of the music folder. If I try to re-enter, it says that it's not a
> valid drive location. The only solution appears to be to kill the
> slim.exe and relaunch. Is SlimServer only looking at the available
> drives once at start-up?

Please search the forums for "service" and "Windows". You'll have to
change the user which is used to run the slimserver service. This has been
discussed here many times.

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Michael

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